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Meet the Keystone State Staff

 

Mailing Address:
662 Ditz Drive
Manheim, PA  17545

Phone: (717) 665-0901
Fax:     (717) 665-0410


Shaun Vernesoni            
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy
Independent Baseball/Softball Instructor
Prep Baseball Report                
Central Pennsylvania Director of Scouting

[email protected]
814-282-6691

Shaun Vernesoni is the Director of the Keystone State Bombers travel baseball and softball program, overseeing 8 Bombers baseball teams. He is also the Director of Instruction at the Academy, specializing in hitting and defensive instruction. Vernesoni is an associate scout with the San Diego Padres.

He finished his college playing days in 2012 at Fairmont State University where he led catchers in all divisions of NCAA baseball in throwing efficiency for the that season. He had 35 assists on the season and threw out an impressive 21-of-32 runners trying to steal. He acted as the Team Captain at Fairmont State in each of the last two years and was named Team MVP following the 2012 season. Vernesoni also played at one of the premier junior colleges in the country (Calhoun Community College - Decatur, AL) as well as at West Virginia State during his college playing career.

He played his high school baseball in Northwestern Pennsylvania at Meadville High School and was a member of two District 10 championship teams prior to beginning his high school career.


Joe Hruska           
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy
Independent Baseball/Softball Instructor
Prep Baseball Report                
Regional Scout
[email protected]
814-282-9329

Joe Hruska is the Assistant Director of the Keystone State Bombers travel baseball and softball program, overseeing 8 Bombers baseball teams. He is also a full time instructor at the Academy, specializing in hitting and defensive instruction. Hruska is an associate scout with the Boston Red Sox.

Hruska played his college baseball at Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia where he was a four year starter as a middle infielder. Prior to his college days Hruska excelled at Linesville High School leading the Lions to the PIAA Class A finals in his senior season.

Hruska coached high school baseball in Western Pennsylvania as well as American Legion baseball in West Virginia and Pennsylvania for more than a decade before making the move to Eastern Pennsylvania in the fall of 2017.


Ted Williams            
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy
Independent Baseball/Softball Instructor
Prep Baseball Report                
Regional Scout
[email protected]
814-547-9411

Ted Williams joined the Keystone State Staff in June of 2018 following an accomplished career as an infielder at Millersville University. Williams was a four year starter for the Marauders and helped lead them to an NCAA Division II National Runner-up finish in 2016 with a record of 53-7.

During Williams' four years in a Millersville uniform the Marauders went a combined 169-57 with two PSAC East regular season championships, a PSAC Championship title, four regional tournament appearances and a national runner-up finish.

Williams broke the single season walks record at Millersville in 2016 with 46 walks and graduated as the all time walks leader in program history with 121 career walks. That number also places him at No. 2 all time in PSAC history. Williams is 9th all time in games played and 4th in career assists in the history of the Millersville baseball program..

Williams played two summers in the Great Lakes Collegiate League for the Southern Ohio Copperheads prior to helping the Nashua Silver Knights win a Futures Collegiate League title in 2017. Williams was selected to the Futures Collegiate League All-Star Game in July of 2017. At the time of his selection Williams' 43 hits were No. 2 in the league, his 32 runs were No. 1 and his .341 batting average was No. 6 league wide.

In addition to offering instruction at Keystone State Academy, Williams will have an active role in the day-to-day operations of Prep Baseball Report in the state of Pennsylvania.


Evan Englebrook
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy
Independent Baseball Pitching Instructor 
[email protected]
717-713-3797

Englebrook was selected in the 8th round of the 2004 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros out of Shippensburg University.  He was a first team All-American as a senior, ending the season with an 11-1 record, a 1.78ERA and 116 strikeouts in 86 innings pitched.

As a 6'8" right handed pitcher, Evan reached pitching velocities as high as 102MPH.  In 2009 he played in the Arizona fall league and was placed on the 40 man big league roster of the Houston Astros.  The following year he played in the Venezuela Professional Baseball League and for our hometown Lancaster Barnstormers.  In 2012, he played in the Toronto Blue Jays organization and returned to the Barnstormers in 2014.  He finished out his career playing in Japan in 2016.


Tad Barton
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy
Independent Baseball Pitching Instructor 
[email protected]
610-413-1935

Tad Barton was drafted out of Muhlenberg High School in 2010 by the Arizona Diamondbacks but opted to attend Millersville University. After 4 seasons at Millersville, Barton graduated as the all-time wins leader, and the record holder for games started and career innings pitched. He owned a 25-11 career record, 14 complete games, 236 innings pitched with only 3 homeruns given up, and was named All-PSAC East Second Team in his two final seasons. Barton signed as a free agent with the Windy City Thunderbolts in the Frontier League and played for one summer. As a coach, Barton helped the 14U Mountville Angels (27-5) win the 2015 LNP Tournament Junior Midget Championship.


ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF


Ann Reiner
Keystone State Baseball & Softball Academy

Weekend Administrative Assistant